Masai Mara

Maasai Mara National Reserve, situated in the south-west of Kenyan Rift valley, is one of Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve. Together with Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, it forms Africa’s most diverse, incredible and most spectacular ecosystem and possibly the world’s top safari big game viewing eco-system. Renowned for its exceptional wildlife across the vast plains of the Mara.
It is here that the marvelous migration takes place annually that was listed among the seven natural wonders of the world. Most animals sighted in this migrations are about 1.5 million wildebeests, 0.5 million Thomson Gazelles, 0.2 million Zebras, 97,000 Topis and about 18,000 Elands.

Zanzibar Island
A semi-autonomous region of Tanzania, Unguja, erroneously called Zanzibar, is one of two main Islands of the Zanzibar Archipelago, which is made up of a variety of islands and several islets sprinkled across the Indian Ocean.
The island boasts of some of the best beaches in the world, not forgetting its’ rich cultural history.

Stone Town
•Stone Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001 and is an eclectic mix of cultures, architecture, and languages.
•Contrary to popular belief, Stone Town is not the capital of Zanzibar. The capital is Zanzibar City, in which Stone Town is situated.
•Stone Town is certainly a must-see when visiting Zanzibar, with its narrow streets, coral stone buildings, and spice markets, all of which make the city a center point of Zanzibari culture.

Prison Island
•Changuu Island (also known as Kibandiko, Prison or Quarantine Island) is a small island northwest of Stone Town. The island saw use as a prison for rebellious slaves in the 1860s and also functioned as a coral mine.
•No prisoners were ever housed on the island and instead, it became a quarantine station for yellow fever cases.
•More recently, the island has become a government-owned tourist resort and houses a collection of endangered Aldabra giant tortoises which were originally a gift from the British governor of Seychelles.

Red Colobus Monkey
•Endemic to Zanzibar Island and found in groups, The Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey is one of the most endangered species in the world.
•There are about less than 2,000 left on earth due to superstitious hunting and deforestation.

Zanzibar Leopard
•The Zanzibar leopard, the island’s largest terrestrial carnivore and apex predator, is thought to have evolved in isolation from the African leopard since at least the end of the Ice Age when the island was separated from mainland Tanzania by rising sea levels.
•It is unclear whether there are any Zanzibar leopards, left on the island, and experts have previously stated that they are extinct, but potential sightings in recent years have renewed hope that the population is surviving.

Zanzibar Servaline Genet
•The Zanzibar servaline Genet was first discovered in the 1990s, and first photographed in 2003.
•The servaline Genet was known to locals for some time before its discovery by zoologists, and these animals have only recently been classified by scientists.
•The Genet is distinct in appearance, with black spots on tan-colored fur, and their long tails are ringed with black and light-colored bands.

High Season: 1st July – 31st October 2020
Per person sharing – $ 4,130.00 (min 2 guests)
Single occupancy – $ 4,529.00 (min 2 guests)

Low Season: 4th January –30th June 2020 & 1st November –20th December 2020
Per person sharing – $ 3,852.00 (min 2 guests)
Single occupancy – $ 4,223.00 (min 2 guests)

Day 1
Overnight Stay - Nairobi

On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be picked up by our driver guide and transferred to Tamarind Tree hotel for your overnight stay.

Day 2
2 Nights, 3 Days - Masai Mara

The stay here will be blended with guided bush walks, a sun-downer, and a cultural village visit to learn a little about Maasai community.

On the last day of your bush experience, drive down to Nairobi for a scheduled flight to Zanzibar.

Day 3
2 Nights, 3 Days - Zanzibar

On arrival in Zanzibar, you will check in at Fumba beach lodge. The lodge, well-designed with elegance is just 30 mins away from Stone Town.

Your stay here will be blended with excursions like Stone town tour, spice tour, and dolphin at Jahazini forest tour.

Day 4
2 Nights, 3 Days - Zanzibar

On this day, you will check out from Fumba lodge, be transferred to The Swahili House where you will check in.

Excursions on this day will include; a cultural tour “land and people tour” and prison island tour.

Cost Includes

  • Game drive in Mara.
  • Transport to and from Mara.
  • All-inclusive stay except from Nairobi hotel.
  • Return ticket to and from Zanzibar.
  • Stone town tour, Spice tour, Dolphin Jahazini forest tour.
  • Land & people tour, Prison island tour.

Cost Excludes

  • International flights.
  • Entry Visa fees.
  • Personal Travel insurance.
  • Tips/gratuities.
  • Champagne and/or any exclusive drinks.

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Trip Facts

  • 4X4 Safari Cruiser,
    Scheduled Flights

  • min 2 pax
  • Kenya, Zanzibar
  • Nairobi
  • Nairobi
  • Tamarind Tree,
    Loyk Mara Camp,
    Fumba Beach Lodge,
    The Swahili House

  • Emergency evacuation by AMREF Flying Doctors.